Tiara Oriental Hotel
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... I have to assume that the underpass just collects all the fumes from the vehicles.
The area that I live in is called Bontifacio Global Center or BGC. It's a wealthy area with many office buildings, malls, restaurants and parks. I see young professionals or even nanny’s walking dogs and babies. However, just a 20 minute drive and you can see shanty towns with stray dogs and ...
Today I wanted to go to Tagatay to see Taal Volcano. It's raining. I'm ****** off. It's a good few hours drive away so I got up early to go but I'm not going in the rain. As the morning goes on it brightens up and the sun comes out. I'm even more ****** off. I remember seeing a vegetarian cafe on Lonely Planet in the area I'm staying. I look it up and take myself there for lunch. The Corner Tree Cafe. It was delicious! I had a Mediterranean salad ...
... down stairs and out to the valves before I got it right. I am not sure who all I turned off or on. :-)
Also bring your alarm clock, as the rooster doesn't know when sunrise is. Seems to think it happens all through the night. But when you are tired, you don't seem to hear it. :-)
ps. You can only flush the toilet once if the water is not on. :-(
... we're here to see, and it also look pretty **** from outside. Yesterdays bar has more going on. There is however a genuine wedding kicking off inside which makes it much cooler, but entirely inaccessible for tourist peeps like ourselves. We are allowed to see it from the side if we pay the museum entrance fee of tuppence each. The museum itself is pretty awesome and we're allowed to snappedy-snap most things, just not the expensive and old stuff. I don't have a flash cam, so I ...
... the Philippines. In a former round from last year, an entirely new church of about 20 has formed on the island of Cebu. They come week after week and look forward to being with one another, The Filipinos have done well with this and we are hopeful that this model will be replicated elsewhere.
I deeply appreciated meeting our elders Raul Villacote and Jose Campos who both live on Leyte. They oversee a number of congregations on Leyte as well as Cebu, ...